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Wild At Heart is a rescue, rehabilitation and release center for birds of prey. Its primary purpose is to rescue injured owls, hawks, falcons and eagles; rehabilitate them; and, ultimately, release them back into the wild. Its guiding mission is to do what is in the best interest of these magnificent birds. Wild At Heart is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization. We, and our birds, are volunteer and donation supported. At Wild At Heart we do all the following: Rescue, rehabilitate, and release birds of prey which have been injured or orphaned. Relocate displaced burrowing owls. Manage species recovery programs. Manage habitat enhancement projects. Provide educational presentations. I plan to collect family and friends to form a group. Our group will travel to Wild At Heart Raptors rescue center to help clean the habitat, feed the birds and maintain the aviaries. This will help the birds of prey that have been rescued to have a safe nesting place to recover from their injuries. The chicks and adult owls have pellets in the aviaries and we plan to clean the aviaries with dry brooms and then with water hose. We plan to trim any bushes and assist with hauling landscape debris. We will help birds needing to be fed and relocated to other aviaries. Our goal is to make the rescue habitat for raptors a safe and clean environment and nesting place for healing and recovery.
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This project will hopefully inspire the general public to consider the impact of their actions as well as reduce their pollution into the nearby environment.
Me and Nayoun from S. Korea will be creating an international, online video database with videos from projects from all over the world, so anyone can have access and watch them. You can inspire and be inspired! Anyone can send their video as long as it shows a project done by them, regarding animals, people or the environment. In order for your video to be featured, you must plant a tree and record it at the end of the video! In that way, more trees will be planted and everyone will benefit from this action!
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We will teach people how to rescue horseshoe crabs and about the importance of horseshoe crabs to humans and the environment.
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We want to help save horseshoe crabs when they come to our NJ shore to spawn. Thousands of horseshoe crabs die during this time because they get stuck on beach impediments. We want to educate the public about how to save horseshoe crabs when they go to the beach and how important they are to humans and shore birds. We will make a commercial, a public service announcement.
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In order to make a secure habitat for wildlife, we will make bird seed and hummingbird feeders, install a water fountain, plant more native flowering plants, and fruit trees.
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Distribute milkweed seeds and information about the Monarch's vital food source, including how to grow these beautiful bushes. Have fun creating a butterfly garden and share your photos. Teach people about the Monarch migration and how necessary it is to restore the milkweed plants. Petition to have organic butterfly gardens.
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We hope to raise awareness about many of the endangered species of the Southwestern US. We will do this through an awareness campaign throughout our school community. This project will carry on long after these 5th graders have left the school because their infographics will be spray painted on the side walks of the school. Students will be able to enjoy them and learn about the endangered species and the reason for their endangerment for years to come.
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Our project will help animals, people, and the environment. It helps us learn about the environment because we will be in nature and appreciate it more. We will be adding to our outdoor classroom by adding a chalkboard and new and better benches. We will help the environment by planting wildflowers including milkweed for monarchs, we will minimize the impact on the ecosystem by limiting where we work, we will also be adding to animal habitats.
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We will continue to reduce and recycle organic matters using the compost bin we created. We will use the compost in our student built raised garden bed near the lunch benches and plant flowers which will invited pollinators such as butterflies and hummingbirds.

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